I registered MARSHMELLOWSURPRISE.COM at godaddy on Tuesday, Dec. 11th and it still hasn’t translated, and it’s pointing to NS1,NS2, and NS3.DREAMHOST.COM GoDaddy says it’s Dreamhost’s fault. Can anyone find out what’s happening? Peace. West
Did you purchase hosting here and add the domain to the DreamHost system via the control panel?
I’d contact support, but I’d also try “editing” the “fully hosted” domain and “re-saving” it (make no actual edits, just open the dialog page and submit the form again). Often, this can solve the problem by regenerating the necessary DNS entries.
What a difference a letter makes. marshmellowsurprise.com might still be available if you hurry, or you can add …suprise to your hosting.
[quote]What a difference a letter makes. marshmellowsurprise.com might still be available if you hurry, or you can add …suprise to your hosting.
Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: MARSHMELLOWSUPRISE.COM
Created on: 11-Dec-07[/quote]
Sweetness! That was a “good catch!” (I have to admit, that I have done that myself). Years ago I had to register an additional domain as a result of typing sloppily when registering a domain for a client.
I don’t get it. What am I missing?
Aye, must have realized his mistake and decided not to come back to comment due to embarrassment
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Either he edited his post, or I’m just blind. All the OP evidence (screenshot, original post) says “surprise.” At least I feel like I’ve been let in on the joke, now.
Like funnies, “sweetness” is less when it has to be explained. Thanks for recognizing it, rlparker.
[quote]Either he edited his post, or I’m just blind.
If those are the choices, then you better stop it.
Ha ha! Yeah, his post and screenshot had it “right” … and if he had registered the same domain he had in the post and that he added to the DH control panel, I doubt he would have had a problem.
Your eyes are fine!